If you feel you are receiving too many emails from LEO, you can easily switch them off and unsubscribe. There are two types of emails you will be getting. Newsletter emails and other marketing emails via our 3rd party provider Mailchimp, and platform notifications that come directly form the website when something happens in relation to your profile, e.g. getting an innovation approved into a Network or someone commenting on an article you wrote.

Mailchimp Marketing Emails

When you get one of our marketing emails, you will see in the footer there is an unsubscribe link. Clicking this will unsubscribe you from this specific Mailchimp list. You may find that you are subscribed to multiple lists so if you continue to receive marketing emails from Mailchimp, they are probably from a separate list that you will also need to unsubscribe from.

Platform Notification Emails

If you wish to stop receiving emails from the platform, you can toggle these off by visiting the account settings section of your profile editor and setting the 'Do you want to receive platform notification emails?' toggle to 'No'. This will stop you from receiving these emails.

Direct Message Notification Emails

If you wish to stop receiving emails for direct messages, you can toggle these off by visiting the account settings section of your profile editor and setting the 'Do you want to receive direct message notification emails?' toggle to 'No'. This will stop you from receiving these emails.

Announcement Notification Emails

If you wish to stop receiving announcement emails, you can toggle these off by visiting the account settings section of your profile editor and setting the 'Do you want to receive announcement notification emails?' toggle to 'No'. This will stop you from receiving these emails. The only exception is announcements that have already been created to send at a later date will still be sent to you. You can also change your notifications sectors if you only wish to receive announcement notifications relevant to sectors your interested in.

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